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    Studies indicate that 50 percent of marriages here in America will end in divorce. Financial difficulties, lack of communication and infidelity are some of the leading causes of and ending marriage. Many people focus solely on the effects that divorce has on children and teens, but what about their parents? What is life like after divorce, how does divorce affect a splitting couple and what caused it? According to a survey done from August 1st through August 29th of 2013, CFDA studies show that 22% of marriages fail because of financial difficulty. This often stems from someone in the marriage spending too much or simply because there is no financial compatibility or balance. Being too careless with money as well as penny pinching can take a toll on the life span of a marriage. It causes friction and a feeling of uneasiness because both parties have a different view on how money should be spent or saved. Another leading cause of divorce is the lack of communication in a marriage. YourTango.com studies have indicated that 65% of marriages end in divorce; after polling…

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    The Aftermath What is divorce? Why do people get divorced? How many people end up getting a divorce? Who does divorce effect? Divorce is becoming a more common thing for people to go to. On google, divorce is defined as the legal dissolution of a marriage by a court. From past to present, people all over the world are determined to find someone, which eventually leads them to getting married. Some of the couples are unable to keep their relationship going therefore, they choose divorce. Many…

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    Divorce: Causes and Consequences The high rates of divorce are a worrying trend amongst psychologists. It is a societal issue that continues to separate many families. At times, divorce is the only choice and sometimes it is the best choice. However, it always leaves the family devastated since normal activities are no longer normal. In this book, Clarke-Stewart and Brentano seek to present the latest information on divorce, its causes and consequences. In particular, the authors seek to give…

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    by their parents. Divorce is becoming more common in America now than any other time in history. Throughout divorce the main focus is not on the children, but they are the main ones who suffer emotionally, physically, and mentally. “50% of all North-American children will witness the divorce of their parents. Almost half of them will also see the breakup of a parent’s second marriage.” (children-and-divorce.com) Children should never have to experience any kind of pain nor should they have to…

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    Divorce seems to be a very common, not just in the United States but also all around the globe. There are many causes for why married couples get divorced. Some of the many reasons include, lack of communication, finances, and trust issues. Communication is very important in a partnership, as well as finances. Finances are considered one of the most difficult things to keep together in a marriage. Trust issues are another reason why divorces happen. Marriage is all about trusting the person you…

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    Arturo Vazquez Riley-5 Ongoing Assignment Chapter 9 In the United States divorces are very common. In fact, over 50% of marriages end up in a divorce. This high number is sad to hear about in today’s society. Our society is rapid and promotes many ideals that might not be ethical or religiously acceptable. Divorce is one of these ideas. The main causes for this is maybe that the couple is incompatibility, infidelity, or maybe they have money issues. Most people would think that the leading…

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    The peak of divorce was in 1981 it was 5.3% (per 1000). Some experts still say that marriages are as unstable as ever, but because couples are living together instead of marrying the rates are lower for marriages too. So it makes sense that the divorce would be down because not as many couples are getting married and living together instead and there is no data that shows at break-up unlike divorce has data. Nowadays, divorce is one of the most serious social problems that American society…

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    two people in a bond that putatively lasts until death, but in practice is increasingly cut short by divorce” (“All About Marriage”). Divorce is the “legal action between married people” to end “the marriage before the death of either spouse” (Meyer). The divorce rate in the United States is the highest in the world, at forty to fifty percent for all first time marriages, and sixty and seventy percent for all second and third time marriages (Meyer). To solve the divorce problem in the United…

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    Nowadays, most American couples end their relationship by getting divorced. According to 32 Shocking Divorce Statistics, “ In America, there is one divorce approximately every 36 seconds*. That 's nearly 2,400 divorces per day, 16,800 divorces per week and 876,000 divorces a year” (32 Shocking Divorce Statistics). Based on these statistics, people should question what is happening with American’s spouses. There are so many problems that associate the worst ending to couples. Marrying too young…

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    Cause and Effects of Divorce When most people find the person they want to spend the rest of their life with the best way to show it is through marriage. Before people get married they don’t look at all the possibilities that could cause them to be divorced and the effects of divorce. In that moment all they’re thinking about is committing to their spouse and spending their life with them. If you’re planning to get married you and your spouse should sit down and talk about some of the reasons…

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